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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1007.
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THE MAN ON THE BOX
WHO SHALL SEE HIM ?
FIFTY-ONE
BODIES
RECOVERED
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OREAT INTEREST IS BEING TAKEN IN THE JOURNAL'S LITTLE
GOOD-NATURED CONTEST, WHICH GIVES SOME ONE OP SA
JjEM'S 11IUGH SALESWOMEN A THEATRE PARTY THURSDAY.
Tho Capital Journal voting con
test for tho most popular saleslady,
who Is to havo a freo box at tho
Grand Opora IIouso, to Max Flgraan
3n "Tho Man on tho Box," up to
Saturday night was not vory Bplrlted.
Mmy nro holding back tholr votes to
take a hand nearer tho clofco.
Tho total votes received for tho
favorites np to Saturdny night at tho
flvo Toting places tho Spa, Patton
Dro a., Chicago Store, Journal ofllco,
and Joseph Moyors & Sons', wero as
follows
Miss Efllo Nccdham 5G
Miss ItCnrle Muths 56
jMIsh Pearl Williams 1
"Mrs. Ed. Pugh 15
Miss Ifattic MoOrogor 1
Miss Nolllo Crolghton 7
:Mlsa Doulah Myers 03
jMIbr Georgia Booth 1
Thosa vote nro all complimen
tary; Und nono of the Bnlostadloa nro
-ongnjje-d In ficoking tho honor. Tholr
WOODBURN
HOP GROWERS
WILL JOIN
(United Prosa Leased WIro.)
Woodlr.irn, Or., Doc. 23. A vory
Inrgoly nttondod mooting of hop grow
rs Is In sosslon lioro today, tho first
of a sorloi of meetings for tho, pur
Dobo of combining and ontorlng tho
Pnclflo Hop Growora' Union ombrnc-CIWJS0(1 ,)y 8,)0ntnnoouB combustion,
Ing tho Btatoa of California, Oregon onrIy thIg lnorilng with OS80a aBKro.
nd WuBhlngton. Among thoso lro8.'Bnt,nB nbout $10,000, Including tho
nt nre: Senator fed ward F. Wood- fltook of n tobacconist storo, located
ward, W. E. Lovculalo, M. H. Durst ... tho buidi,le. Thoro wns no Insur-
unu Aiiornoy a. u snmn, or unuror
uln. Tho growora roportotl tho num
Ijor of baloB raised by oach In 190C-7
and how many aro Htlll on tholr
lianils. Tho logal aspect was pro-
oontod by Mtomoy Shlnn and tho
financial by Woodward. Tho growors Uxznro hoipltal. Four wero rooap
xleclflod to oo-oporato with tho union turQd 1)Ut t!l8 olhor 19 aro gHU nt
of Sacramento, tho hoad plnco of nrgd
nusinoM, on account or me nnucios
of Ineornotntlon whlph wara takon
out In that ulnto. Thoro will l flv
llroctors front wn stato, and on oh
Krowor ha oin vote, Irrespective of
lila acreage.
TlVO HlllHll'lHl StlllUM-S KHIlMl.
tUnuon ProH Loaod WIro.)
Washington. Dee. 23. Two hsui
Urod nitrntu workora wore killed by Swnta Fe, Northwestern, Groat Wot
Kovernmont troops at Iqulquo, Chllt, '' .Chicago, MUwnukoo & St. Paul
Saturdny, ucoordiug to ad view r-!"nl tho Ultnottt Contra I will follow
volYod horo today. itho ltoek Island's oxamplo In a total
When 10,000 workman In U10 in- of 10C ono, recently brought by tho
tcrlor rofimed to dlapero the troops' government. Tho law provldos for a
opened flro with nmchlno guna, an! H"0 of not lees than $100 and not
a tnto of nlogo was doolnrod. Imoro than $500 for each offense, but
Twenty thousand Btrlkors lmv3 '" ronds will pelad mitigating clr
anndorfholr way to tho coast In a stato cumatnnees.
Money Raising Sale
ALL FURS AT COST
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
BIG LINE OF
COATS AND SUITS
Will Positively Go At Wholesale Cost
The Swellest of the Swell
$50 Coats at $23, $30 Coats
at $15, $5 Coats $2.50
REMEMBER YOU ONLY GET
BARGAINS LIKE THIS AT
farmers'UnionStore
331 N. Commercial Street
friends havo dono a little rustling
and the Indications aro tho contost
will bo moro spirited nearer tho end
of the contest.
The votes will bo taken " up each
morning and added to tho result of
tho day before, and published In Tho
Journal.
On Wednesday all tho boxes from
tho storea not open on that day will
bo takon to Tho Journal ofllco, and
balloting will closo at Tho Journal
ofllco at 9 o'clock Wednesday night,
whon tho final count will bo mndo
and published Thursday evening, tho
night of the play.
Tho winnor will bo notified on Wed
nosdny night, so that sho will havo
tlmo to arrange her box party for tho
play.
Tho froo voting coupon will appear
oach day, Including AVodneaday,
whon tho big Christmas Journal will
bo Issued In tho fordnoon and de
livered during tho middle of tho day.
of panic. Trcublo of tho moBt Borl
oils nnturo is foarcd. Tho stato de
partment has no knowlodgo of any
Amoricans bolng interested in tho
nitrate bods, which aro Inrgoly
worked by Englishmen and Germans.
"TARRYTOWN ON THE PIKE."
Piny So Warm It Was Destroyed by
Spontaneous Combustion.
(United Press Lonsod Wire.)
Long Beach, Cal., Doc. 23. "Tar
rytown on tho Plko." a now vaudc-
', thontr .... destroyed by fire.
inco.
Lepers at Largo.
(Unltod Piobs Leased WIro.)
Ilavnnnn. Dee. 23. Twenty-throo
,onora toiln,. MonilQ(, frnm. m,0 San
o
Rock Island Pleads Guilty.
(United PrMg Lensod Who.)
Chicago, Dec. 28. The Rook
Iihuul rnllwAy has ohnngod Us ploa
of not guilty to guilty In 32 enos
ngninat It for the putting of cnttlo
In olosod cam longor nnd 28 hours
without food, rost or wator. Tho
I Jacobs Creek, Pa., Dec. 23. Flfty-
ono bodies havo boon recovered from
tho mlno where approximately 200
minors wero ontombed Thursday.
This number was itakon out boforo
11 o"clock today.
Exploring parties roport 20 moro
ready to bo brought to tho surface.
jTho work of locating tho dead vic
tims has progressed rapidly within
tho past fow'liourt, and by tomorrow
;ovory square foot of tho mlno will
.havo boon searched. Governor Stuart
will lmmodlatoy appoint a rollof com
mitteo of 15 to caro for tho needs of
those who hav boon loft destltuto
by tho death of tho heads of families.
HITACHIYAMA.
Giant Jnpnneso wrestler who dis
played IiIh Btrongth and nielli by throw
ing thrco men at a prlvato exhibition
clvon in tho presence of Prosldent
Rooaovelt and several RlntvHinen aud
diplomats nt the White IIouso.
ALL GRAFT
CASES ARE
CONTINUED
(Unltod Proa Lowed WIro.)
J San Frnnolsco, Dee. 23. A gener
al aMomblngo of graft defondnuts
, took plnco In Judge Dunne's court
room this morning, rsoultlng In 'tho
furthor contlnunnco of nil tho cnso.s
on tho calendar. Tho hoarlng ot tho
ongplraoy chargo against Abo Ruof
nnd Jeremiah Dlnnn wns sot nhoad
on owoek.
J All tho othor ensod, Inoludlng
t thoso of R. P. Sohmitz tho Pnrksldo
ofllolals and tho gas company olllclnls
on brlbory ohargos, woro contlnuod
....... .WUW...ww. M.
Albert 13. Johnson, of Portland,
spent Sunday In tho city, ns the
guost of Mrs. C. T. Mclntlre.
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You know as well as any ono when
you need somothlng to regulate your
system. If your bowels nro Blugglsh,
your food dlstrowos you, your kid
noys pnln, take Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea, It always relieves, 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale at
Dr. Stono's store.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Tlmo Card No. 48 Effort! v
Juno 10,
Toward Portland Passenger,
No. 16 5:23 a. m., Oregon Ex
press. No. 188:40 a. m., Cottage Orov
Passenger.
No. 12 2:45 p. m. Roseburg Ex
pross. No. 148:50 p. in., Portland Ex
press. Toward Portlnnd Freight,
No. 222 10: 5S a. m., departi
11:38 a. m., Portland Fast Freight
No. 22610:40 n. m., depart
11:38 a. m., Way Frolght.
Toward San Frnnclsw) Pnssengo'
No. 1111:03 a. m., Roseburg
Express.
No. 17 6:47 p. ni. Cottage Grove
Passenger,
No. 159:56 p. m California Ex
press.
No. 13 1:31 fi. m., San Francit
co Express.
Toward San Francisco Freight,
No, 2212:33 a, m., San Fran-
Cisco Fast Freight.
No. 12511:55 a. m., arrive
11:28.
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TRANSPORTATION MPANIKi,
O G T. Co
Steamers Pomona mSA Ononis
loavo for Portland Monday, Wcu'tos
day and Friday at 10 a. ra, and
Tuosday, Thursday and Saturday at
6 a. m. For Corvallls, Tuosday,
Thursday and Snturday about 6 p.
in. M. P. Bnldwln, agent. Offices
and dock at foot of Trado street.
M. P. BALDWIN, Agt.
CORVALLIS & EASTERN R. R.
TRUE TABLE NO 87.
Trains from and to Yaqulna.
No. 1
Loaves Yaqulna 7:15 a.ra.
Arrives at Corvallls. .. .,11:00a.m.
Arrives at Albany 11:68 a.m.
No. 2
Leaves Albany 12:35 p.M.
Leaves Corvallls 1:30 p.m.
Arrives at Yaqulna 5:40 p.m
Trains to and from Detroit.
No. 3
Leaves Albany 7:30a.m.
Arrives at Detroit 12:30 p.m.
No. 4
Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m
Arrives at Albany ...... 5:55p.m.
Trains for Corvallls.
No. 8
Leaves Albany 7.55 a.m.
Arrives at Corvallls .... 8:35a.m.
No, 10
Leaves Albany ... , 2:25 p.m.
Arrives at Corvallls .... 3:05p.m.
No. 6
Leaves Albany ........ 7:35p.m.
Arrives at Corvallls 8:15 p,w
Trains for Albany,
No. 5
Leaves Corvallls 6:30 a.m
Arrives at Albany 7:10 a.m.
No. 9
Leaves Corvallls ...... .12:30 p.m.
Arrives at Albany ,1:15 p.m.
No. 7
Leaves Corvallls , . 6:00 p.m.
Arrives at Albany 6:40 p.m.
No. 11 (Sunday only)
Leaves Corvallls 11:16 a.m.
Arrives at Albany 11:58 a.m.
No, 12 (Sunday only)
Leaves Albany .12:35 p.m
Arrives at Corvallls 1:18 p.m.
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY OREGON JOURNAL
Publishes tho latest and most comploto tolcgraphlc news of
tho world; gives rollnblo market roports, ns It Is published at Port
land, whoro tho market news can bo ami Is corrected to date for
each Isouo; has an ontortalnlng Btory pago and a pago or moro ot
comic each week, and it goeB to tho Bubscrlbor twlco every week
101 times a year.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Is a clean, modol, up-to-dnto local nowspapor. It gives all tho
latest nows and hnpponlngs and should bo In every homo la thU
vicinity.
Tho two pnpors mako a splendid combination and you savo
money by Bonding your subscription to
E. HOFER, Publisher,
v - "--'.. .; Salem, Oregon
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